The latest long COVID research, at a glance

We search, select, and summarize the best long COVID research. Updated daily.

35,319

Journals searched

88

Studies indexed

17

Symptoms recorded

23

Treatments researched

How it works

LCS uses a combination of automated and manual processes to stay up-to-date.

01.

Search

We search thousands of journals for studies related to long COVID.

  • Journals must be peer-reviewed
  • Results are merged and deduplicated
  • Search runs daily

02.

Screen

We select only the highest-quality, most informative studies.

  • Must use human subjects
  • Must examine long COVID
  • Must have an experimental (or quasi-experimental) design

03.

Summarize

We extract key details from each study to drive our summaries

  • Study design
  • Primary outcomes
  • GRADE score

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Long COVID literature reviews,
updated daily.

Systematic reviews are the gold standard of medical evidence. But traditional reviews take months to plan, research, write, and publish.

This works fine for older, well-studied conditions. But long COVID is brand new, with important new research published every day.

To keep up, LCS runs a simplified literature review daily, so you can make decisions based on the latest scientific evidence.

34,000,000 studies searched

13 hours ago, LCS searched Pubmed and LitCOVID for all long COVID-related studies.

802 studies returned

After removing duplicates, this search returned 88 studies related to long COVID.

88 studies selected and summarized

We're only interested in peer-reviewed studies with human long COVID patients, and these studies must look at long COVID treatments or symptoms.
Last search on Dec 1, 2022 at 17:08 UTC
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